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If you're looking for a team of eye care professionals you can trust, you've come to the right place. At Choice Eye Care, we we provide the highest standard of care to children and adult patients alike. Whether you're coming in for a routine eye and vision exam or even an eye emergency, our skilled and capable staff is here to help protect your eye and vision health at all stages of life.
We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of eye care services right here in our conveniently located, state-of-the-art office in Lisle, Illinois.
Routine Eye and Vision Exams
The most common reason patients come into our office is for their annual eye and vision exam. We recommend a comprehensive eye exam to most patients at least once a year; these exams allow us to stay on top of your overall ocular health and be made aware of any potential signs of problems. Furthermore, regular eye exams help us ensure that your prescription is up-to-date.
Tired of wearing traditional eyeglasses? If so, then it may be time to consider making the switch to contact lenses. These are ideal for those who are active either at work or in their leisure time (such as with recreational sports and the like). We stock a wide range of contact lens brands and types right here in our office, and if you have an eye condition that makes wearing traditional contacts difficult (such as astigmatism), we can even assist you with hard-to-fit lenses here in our office.
In need of new frames or lenses for your glasses? If so, we have a wide selection of styles for you to choose from and designs for all ages! Our lens designs and thin materials are great for keeping you comfortable and helping you look and feel your best in glasses.
Our eye doctors also specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of any number of ocular conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and more. We also see our fair share of eye emergencies and have the training and resources to handle them here in our office, saving you the stressful trip to the hospital emergency room.
When you come into our office, you'll always be greeted with a smile. We strive to ensure that our office is as welcoming and comfortable for our patients as possible. From there, we'll take the time to understand your reason for coming in, and our skilled eye care team will work with you and answer any questions you may have.
Ready to schedule your eye care appointment? If so, then give Choice Eye Care a call at (630) 969-2020. We accept most vision and medical insurance plans, and have five eye doctors on-staff ready to assist you. We also have convenient office hours six days a week (including Saturdays) to accommodate your busy schedule.
Dr. Thomas F. Stazak
Dr. Sheila O'Shaughnessy
Dr. Michelle Marciniak
Dr. Charmi Patel
Dr. Julie Grove
Vision and Medical Plans
· Blue Cross & Blue Shield
· United Health Care
Terms and Conditions
Our staff will scan your medical card and collect any co-payments. We will file claims on your behalf. Please be aware that payment from your insurance company cannot be guaranteed and you are responsible for payment.
Lisle Optometrist | Choice Eye Care | 630-969-2020
4760 Main St.
Lisle, IL 60532
|Monday||9am - 7pm|
|Tuesday||9am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 7pm|
|Thursday||9am - 6pm|
|Friday||9am - 5pm|
|Saturday||8:45am - 3pm|
|9am - 7pm||9am - 6pm||9am - 7pm||9am - 6pm||9am - 5pm||8:45am - 3pm||Closed|
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